The Witcher 2

May 24, 2011

The Witcher 2: The Review

Back in Octo­ber 2007 rel­a­tive­ly unknown devel­op­er, CD Pro­jekt with Atari released The Witch­er.   The orig­i­nal pro­vid­ed one of the most authen­tic, orig­i­nal and cap­ti­vat­ing RPG expe­ri­ences ever to land on the PC or any plat­form for that mat­ter.  The game was not with­out its prob­lems how­ev­er as it con­tained many graph­i­cal glitch­es, extreme­ly long load­ing times between sequences and a cen­sored ver­sion released in North Amer­i­ca.  The com­pa­ny respond­ed to these issues by not only releas­ing an updat­ed ver­sion of the game but adding in new quests, graph­i­cal enhance­ments and reduced load­ing times but pro­vid­ing it free to cus­tomers who had already pur­chased the game.  In fact CD Pro­jekt spent over 1 mil­lion dol­lars resolv­ing the issues its cus­tomers pre­sent­ed to them.   Ever since The Witch­er was released fans have been anx­ious­ly await­ing a con­tin­u­a­tion of the epic sto­ryRead more…

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